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Cole Swindell Releases ‘Drinkin’ Hours’ From Upcoming ‘Down Home Sessions V’

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Cole Swindell signed his recording contract with Warner Music Nashville in July of 2014 with the release of his massive debut single “Chillin’ It” which not only became his first No. 1 single from his now certified Platinum self-titled debut album but also became his first million-selling song. In the short five years since that day, the proud Georgia native has given fans some of the biggest songs that have defined country music over the past five years including not only his debut “Chillin’ It” but “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” “Let Me See Ya Girl,” “Middle of a Memory,” his BILLION audience reaching “You Should Be Here” and his most recent Grammy/ACM nominated “Break Up In The End” to name a few. Additionally, Swindell has kept fans engaged with releasing new music digitally and directly to them with his Down Home Sessions series of EPs.

This year, in celebration of his FIVE years as a recording artist, the rising superstar will kick off the summer celebration for the fans with the release of a new song from the upcoming EP Down Home Sessions V every month for the next FIVE months beginning with the release of “Drinkin’ Hours” across all digital service providers.

Swindell has released a Down Home Sessions EP (I, II, III, IV) in each of the last years since he became a recording artist and supported with four sold-out Down Home Tours.

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